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Web Design Templates; Using, Not Abusing

Posted on 8.24.2009

In a perfect world, website and domain owners would be able to release new sites with fresh and innovative designs rapidly, impress users and secure top positions on search results pages with ease. The challenge is that we’re not all blessed with the intrinsic sensitivity to “what looks good” — that preternatural ability to know what colors, elements and images will make a positive impact on the users visiting our site. Instead of releasing websites as quickly as we dream them up, ideas (and the sites that follow) often fall by the wayside, despite our best intentions. The solution might just reside in pre-structured design templates.

Read more about rethinking the use of pre-structured Web design templates.


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